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    is there a way to run putty in windows mobile 6.1?

    I usually go mobile and I would need putty in my wm 6.1

    is there some sort of "putty" or any other ssh tool where i can run ssh commands?

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    Pocket PuTTy works nicely.
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    So is that safe to use considering the last update was 2007?

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    Latest news
    2007-04-29 PuTTY 0.60 is released
    Same as PuTTy.
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    which release works with windows mobile 6.1?

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    I'm using "PocketPuTTY 2007-02-28 dev build for WM2003 (release)".
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    I am using mToken
    it is much better than PocketPutty
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    PocketPuTTY works, but it's a bit slow. Token2Shell Mobile is about $50 but honestly it's worth it - performance is great, it can use OpenSSH-generated keys. It works flawless for me.

    If you want free, I don't understand why the last update for PuTTY (same with the other thread for the desktop version) being two years ago is a problem.
    I used to run the oldest commercial Mumble host.

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    I use MidpSSH and love it, never had an issue with it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MichelleH View Post
    I use MidpSSH and love it, never had an issue with it.
    AFAIK Windows Mobile doesn't support the framework (J2ME) MidpSSH runs on.
    I used to run the oldest commercial Mumble host.

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    we regularly have support staff accessing Shell via a mobile platform - works without issue
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    Pocket putty here, depends a little bit on the mobile as to how useful this is though you really need a full qwerty keyboard on your mobile to make good use of it on the move.


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